Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
The set of resources below was compiled initially as part of the call to #ShutDownSTEM and #ShutDownAcademia on June 10, 2020. Because there are so many sources of information on white privilege and systemic racism in general, this list focuses on specific readings and actions that are especially relevant to academic research, the field of ecology, and field experiences.
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Advancing Climate Justice in California: Guiding Principles and Recommendations for Policy and Funding Decisions
Several environmental justice, public health and climate equity organizations in California convened to create a Climate Justice Working Group (CJWG). The working group provided recommendations to the state related to environmental justice and climate equity, as it updated the Safeguarding…
An Open Letter to the Union of Concerned Scientists: On Black Death, Black Silencing, and Black Fugitivity
Ruth Tyson’s open letter to the Union of Concerned Scientists highlights the culture of anti-blackness in environmental non-profits.
The Anti-Oppression principles outlined by the Center for Story Based Strategy provide a guide for narrative strategists and story tellers to adopt accountable practices for advancing equity and justice in their work.
AORTA is a worker-owned cooperative of facilitators and strategists devoted to helping our movements renew a stronger sense of liberatory vision, values, and purpose.
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